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    Another long awaited update! Sorry!

    Hi everyone and I’m soooo sorry that I haven’t updated on here for a while. The lockdowns have been such a busy time for us all personally and also for Tanga and we’ve collectively found that there are no longer enough hours in the day to juggle life and Tanga! Read more [...]

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     News from the Community Gardens April 2021

     News from the Community Gardens April 2021 Magnolia looking glorious over the Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot. Update      We hope you are all keeping well. The current lockdown restrictions continue to be slowly eased so we are back to running small gardening sessions again which is great news! After the lovely Read more [...]

  • An Allotment Tour

    Situated around the most easterly end of the country, it can feel our mental health needs aren’t always met. Whilst living in a big town or city can be just as lonely, at least there’s plenty of places to go and with investment of funders tending to lean toward the Read more [...]

  • Sowing Seeds for Local Food

    So, we have just received some funding from our local One Stop Shop for some seeds, pots, compost to grow seeds, and then give out the seedlings to the local community. We did this last year, during lockdown, almost by accident when we ended up with too many seedlings to Read more [...]

  •  News from the Community Gardens March 2021

     News from the Community Gardens March 2021 The daffodils are out at the Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot. Update      We hope you are all keeping well. The current lockdown restrictions are slowly being eased so as of this week we are able to start running 1 to 1 gardening sessions at Read more [...]

  • Spring on the River Stour

    Welcome back! Can we believe another month has passed so quickly? But what a month of change it has been, from the coldest days of our winter, to the warmth rolling in on the Spring air. As we all wait anxiously for positive news about the easing of lockdown, we Read more [...]

  • Ballagan burn wildlife re-tree-t update!

    We visited the Ballagan burn to inspect the trees that were planted along the burn back in December (https://semble.org/blog/creating-a-wildlife-re-tree-t-who-doesnt-like-a-tree-pun/). While some of the small trees had lost their protectors, they all seemed to be doing well and in good health. We had hoped to invite volunteers from the local community Read more [...]

  • News from the Community Gardens February 2021

    News from the Community Gardens February 2021 The Bishop’s Palace vegetable plot prepped and ready for the season ahead. Update      We hope you are all keeping well. The current lockdown is still in full force so we are unable to currently run any sessions, but the session leaders have been Read more [...]

  • Life on the River Stour in Cradley

    Welcome back, Wow my first month in post as the Urban Rivers Officer has flown by. It has really opened my eyes to the wonderful work that is happening around river restoration and conservation in the UK. Could it be at a more important time with so many news stories Read more [...]

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